AIG Women’s Open Golf Betting Tips 2020

Who is going to win the first Major of the year?

AIG Women’s Open Golf Betting Tips 2020
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The first ladies Major of the year takes place at the spectacular Royal Troon Golf Club on the west coast of Scotland

AIG Women’s Open Golf Betting Tips 2020

It is the first ladies Major of the year with the AIG Women’s Open being played at the magnificent Royal Troon Golf Club (opens in new tab) on the west coast of Scotland.

It has been a struggle for the women to get any golf this year, but helped by the Rose Ladies Series (opens in new tab) and the European Tour’s UK Swing we do have a major and it is on a fabulous Links course to boot.

Related: The Northern Trust Golf Betting Tips 2020 (opens in new tab)

Last year Hinako Shibuno won the event (opens in new tab) - the lady from Japan is in the field again and can be got at 70/1 with Betfred (opens in new tab) to win the event again.

Related: Wales Open Golf Betting Tips 2020 (opens in new tab)

Favourites for the event include the in form Danielle Kang (7/1 with Betfred), Minjee Lee (10/1 with Betfred (opens in new tab)) and Brooke Henderson (18/1 with Betfred (opens in new tab)).

The GM Tipster has been in decent form – check out his latest tips and his results for the year at our golf betting tips homepage.

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AIG Women’s Open Golf Betting Tips 2020 Advised Bets

Lydia Ko  4 points each way at 25/1 with Betfred (opens in new tab) –  Has suffered a couple of poor final rounds when right in contention both at the Scottish Open and the Marathon Classic - but has shown that she has the game to get into contention. Has of course won two Majors in the past and had a best of 3rd in the Open.  Don’t forget, with Betfred you can get £30 in Free Bets when you bet just £10 and get up to 30 Free Casino Spins (opens in new tab)

Georgia Hall  3 points each way at 35/1 with Betfred (opens in new tab) –  Really like her chances - looked to be in fantastic form during the Rose Ladies Series where she won twice. She also, of course, famously won this event back in 2018.

Charley Hull  3 points each way at 33/1 with Betfred (opens in new tab) – Won the Rose Ladies Series Order of Merit on the back of winning the first event and having a couple of runner-up finishes. Playing particularly solid golf at the moment. Has a best of 12th in this event that she will want to improve.

Gemma Dryburgh  1 point each way at 200/1 with Betfred (opens in new tab) – The Scot again impressed in the Rose Ladies Series, winning twice including over the Links test of Royal St George’s. Has gone over to the US and has impressed. Think she is very overpriced this week and I reckon she has a good performance in her.  Don’t forget, with Betfred you can get £30 in Free Bets when you bet just £10 and get up to 30 Free Casino Spins (opens in new tab)

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